Next September, the Mario Luzzatto Student House will open, the new university residence of Humanitas University located inside the Campus, and which, thanks to its 240 beds, will be able to host students at the University of Humanitas.
The coordination of the university residence is entrusted to Camplus, the first provider of housing for university students in Italy, which today manages about eight thousand beds throughout Italy. Humanitas University has chosen Camplus for its consolidated experience with Camplus College, the network of university colleges of merit of the CEUR Foundation, recognized and accredited by the Ministry of Education, University and Research.
Features of the Mario Luzzatto Student House
The new student residence is located on the Campus of Humanitas University, in Via Rita Levi Montalcini 4 in Pieve Emanuele, in the province of Milan.
It has 240 beds divided into apartments for 2 or 4 people, with living area and kitchen, 1 or 2 bedrooms with air conditioning and utilities included.
The facility also includes a reception, common rooms (including a kitchen) and a tutor room and under the coordination of a training director it will also offer training courses (such as language courses for students) and entertainment events. These are important additional services that Humanitas University has chosen to entrust to Camplus, in light of its extensive experience in the field.
The new residence, same as the Simulation Center, is dedicated to Mario Luzzatto, an internationally renowned manager and philanthropist who died in 2012.
The collaboration between Humanitas University and Camplus
“It is a source of great pride for us to be able to manage such an important structure within a city that is among the most dynamic from the university point of view as Milan”, commented Maurizio Carvelli, Founder and CEO of Camplus. “I would like to thank Humanitas University, which for us represents a partner of excellence with which to collaborate, a company of proven fame that offers its students a solid methodological training and a didactic approach in the field alongside professionals. We are truly honored to be able to bring our experience and our training approach, which has always been part of the Camplus philosophy, into Humanitas reality: to accompany and support the student in one of the most important periods of his or her life”.
Giorgio Ferrari, Managing Director of Humanitas University, said: “Alongside our highly innovative and interactive study model, a safe and stimulating environment that accompanies students in their growth is the motivation that has led us to create the Campus and the new residences. Children will thus be able to fully experience the dimension of university integrated with research and hospital and grow in an international context, made up of moments of encounter and exchange with young people and professionals from different cultures and thus build wide-ranging relationships”.